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Etymology of the English word disentitle

the English word disentitle
derived from the English word entitle
derived from the Old French word entituler
derived from the Latin word intitulare (entitle, give a name to)
using the Latin prefix in- (suffix for no)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *ne (not)
derived from the Latin word titulus (distinction, claim to fame; honor; title; label)
derived from the Latin word in-
derived from the Old French word entiteler
derived from the Latin word intitulare (entitle, give a name to)
using the Latin prefix in- (suffix for no)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *ne (not)
derived from the Latin word titulus (distinction, claim to fame; honor; title; label)
derived from the Latin word in-
derived from the French word entitle
derived from the Latin word intitulare (entitle, give a name to)
using the Latin prefix in- (suffix for no)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *ne (not)
derived from the Latin word titulus (distinction, claim to fame; honor; title; label)
derived from the Latin word in-
derived from the English word dis-
using the Latin prefix dis-

Usage

Word found in Modern English



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